The Government of Nunavut and the Kivalliq Inuit Association are inviting nominations from Rankin Inlet for the Iqalugaarjuup Nunanga Territorial Park Community Joint Planning and Management Committee (CJPMC).
Under the terms of the Umbrella Inuit Impact Benefit Agreement for the…
The Qikiqtani Inuit Association (QIA) has put out a call for nominations for a number of Board Member and Committee roles for their organization. This includes Parks Joint Planning and Management committees at both the national and territorial levels.
Join Nunavut Parks in our celebration of the connection of Canada coast to coast to coast by the Great Trail. The Trans Canada Trail is the longest recreational trail in the world at 22,000 km. All of…
Our most recent “Learn To” event – Learn to Make a Metal Qulliq, led by Mathew Nuqingaq at Aayuraa Studio – was featured in Nunatsiaq News. We’re so pleased with the positive feedback for this program!
Step away from your computer, television and smart phone to spend a day exploring and enjoying all that Nunavut’s outstanding parks have to offer! Celebrate Parks Day in Iqaluit at Sylvia Grinnell Territorial Park on Saturday July 22, 2017.
Step away from your computer, television and smart phone to spend a day exploring and enjoying all that Nunavut’s outstanding parks have to offer! Celebrate Parks Day in Iqaluit at Sylvia Grinnell Territorial Park on Saturday July 15, 2017.
The Parks & Special Places division of the Government of Nunavut is working with Nunavummiut to identify and protect significant areas as territorial parks and special places, understanding that they mean many things to many people: they are places of escape, places for reflection, places of power, and places that celebrate our cultural and natural heritage.
Katjaqnaaq, as much a feeling as an expression, reveals a depth of emotion and connection to a place of incredible beauty and significance. Uttered as a sigh, it can mean "ah - I am happy here, I am part of something." As a joyful exclamation, it can mean "oh, what a beautiful place!" However it is used, it evokes connectedness to one's surroundings and a sense of peace and meaning.